The Globe and Mail

The Claim – a short story for Canada’s 150

A country is not just its people and places, but its stories. On the occasion of Canada’s sesquicentennial, The Globe and Mail has invited a group of writers – from home and abroad – to celebrate the country’s history in fiction.

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Read Ann-Marie’s contribution on the Globe and Mail website

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 8: The Apprenticeship of…


“The specific becomes universal, which becomes the personal, which gathers critical mass to become public.” – Ann-Marie reads from her introduction to Richler’s “The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz” in this final dispatch from her residency at Concordia University.

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 7: Out from Underwood

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 6: Let’s Go There: Men, Women, Cigars, Richler

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 5: Writer’s Sporting Life

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 4: First Lines

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Review: Le Devoir

Review of “L’air adulte” in Le Devoir

Photo: Annik MH De Carufel Le Devoir

Parfum de cèdre, parfum de Rose

Après dix ans de silence, Ann-Marie MacDonald boucle un triptyque avec «L’air adulte»

Elle y aura mis quatre ans d’écriture, après une dizaine d’années de silence depuis son dernier roman, Le vol du corbeau, publié dans la foulée du succès international d’Un parfum de cèdre, traduit en 19 langues. Son troisième livre était fort attendu. Avec L’air adulte, Ann-Marie MacDonald boucle un triptyque aux personnages intenses, voire plus vrais que vrais. Et un trip typique aux sources de l’être. » Le Devoir

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Concordia University’s Mordecai Richler Writer in Residence -> Dispatch 3: Too Sexy for My Books

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